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    Game of Thrones

    Game of Thrones

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    HBO
    Game of Thrones is an HBO adaptation of American author George R.R. Martin's epic fantasy novel series published by HarperCollins,A Song of Ice and Fire. The show explores a medieval-like fantasy world with its plethora of characters all struggling in the only game that matters--the game of thrones. And in this game you either win or you die, there is no middle ground.moreless
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    Wolfblood

    Wolfblood

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    CBBC
    In the English village of Stoneybridge, two teenagers, Maddy Smith and Rhydian Morris, struggle with being wolfbloods, people with the ability to transform themselves into wolves. Even as wolfbloods, they try to keep the secret of who they really are concealed from the outside world while struggling with the challenges of adolescence.moreless
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    Gun X Sword

    Gun X Sword

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    G4 (ended 2005)
    Armed with a metal sash that straightens into a sword, lanky swordsman Van is traveling through the desert, searching for the mysterious clawed man who killed his bride. Along the way he picks up a fellow traveler: Wendy, a young girl whose town he saves from bandits by summoning a mecha with his sword. Wendy is searching for her missing older brother, whose engraved gun she carries on her back. In their mutual quest they run afoul of more bandits and villains, a mysterious woman named Carmen99, and more mecha battles a la Wild West.moreless
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    Cobra The Animation

    Cobra The Animation

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    Cobra is a very well known space pirate and decides to change how he looks and erase his memories. He gets an ordinary job and starts leading an ordinary life until he starts to remember who he used to be. Opening Theme: "Cobra the Space Pirate" by Sasja Antheunis

    Ending Theme: "Kimi no Uta" by Shigeru Matsuzakimoreless
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    Naoki Urasawa's Monster

    Naoki Urasawa's Monster

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    Viz Media
    What would you do if a child you saved grew up to be a monster? An ice-cold killer is on the loose, and Dr. Kenzo Tenma is the only one who can stop him! Tenma, a brilliant neurosurgeon with a promising future, risks his career to save the life of a critically wounded young boy named Johan. When the boy, now a coldhearted and charismatic young man, reappears nine years later in the midst of a string of unusual serial murders, Tenma must go on the run from the police, who suspect him to be the killer, to find Johan and stop the monster he set loose upon the world. Conspiracies, serial murders, and secret government experiments set against the grim backdrop of the formerly communist Eastern Europe are masterfully woven together in this compelling work of suspense.moreless
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    Chromium Blue

    Chromium Blue

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    Zalman King Company
    Chromium Blue. The deep blue sea. Beautiful people. Exotic ports. Intense romance and sensuality. An adventure of the senses. Fantasies fulfilled. At the beginning of each episode, the selected female guest is met at the airport of an exotic faraway city by a chauffeur-driven limousine and whisked away to an exquisite yacht, the Chromium Blue, anchored in the harbor. Everything is state-of-the-art, cutting-edge, the very best money can buy. Once aboard, she undergoes a complete makeover – head to toe. New hairdo, new make-up, brand new wardrobe, even a new name. She becomes a totally new person. The one she always wanted to be but never thought she could. And then her adventure begins. Tailor-made for her by the staff of the Chromium Blue to allow her to fulfill her most intense fantasies. She is completely anonymous, completely protected. How far will she go? As far as she dares.moreless
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    Spice and Wolf

    Spice and Wolf

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    TV Kanagawa (ended 2008)
    Based on the light novel series Okami to Koshinryo by Isuna Hasekura. Spice and Wolf is about a 25 year old peddler name Craft Lawrence who finds a mysterious and beautiful girl named Horo sleeping in the back of his wagon. He is surprised to find that the girl has ears and a tail and howls when she wakes up. He soon learns that she is the harvest god of the nearby village Pasroe and she wants to return to homeland in the north called Yoitsu. Horo manages to get Lawrence to take her with him and in turn helps him earn more then he did before. Little do they know, the church is watching the two very closely.moreless
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    Moribito: Guardian of the Spirit

    Moribito: Guardian of the Spirit

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    Adult Swim
    Seirei no Moribito - Fantasy, Action, Adventure (May contain violence)...

    Once every one hundred years a water spirit implants a human with an egg, transforming them into a Guardian of the Sacred Spirit. Chagum, the Second Prince of the New Yogo Empire is chosen by the water spirit. The Emperor worries that the prestige of the family is on the line with Chagum being a Guardian and tries to have him killed. ____________________

    Opening Theme: "Shine" by L'Arc-en-Ciel Ending Theme: "Itoshii Hito e (To the loved one)" by Sachi Tainakamoreless
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    Romeo X Juliet

    Romeo X Juliet

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    CBC
    This anime series maintains the basic premises of the Shakespearean story. It is set in the alternate-universe aerial city of Neo Verona, where Romeo is the heir to the throne, thanks to his father being the Duke of Montague. It is 14 years since the Montague's massacre of the Capulets which left only Juliet, who must now pass as a male peasant named Odin to survive. Through her skills with the sword and her compunction to aid those marginalized and persecuted by the Montagues, Juliet has become a hero to the people known as "The Red Whirlwind." Romeo and Juliet first meet when Romeo rescues "The Red Whirlwind" from the Montague guards. They end up falling for each other, but when Romeo's family's dark history is revealed, their relationship becomes the tragedy it was always destined to be.moreless
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    Fairy Tail

    Fairy Tail

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    TV Tokyo
    This show is based on the popular manga series of the same name by Hiro Mashima. The story follows Lucy, a young wizard who wants to join the Fairy Tail Guild. She soon encounters Natsu, a Fairy Tail member and practitioner of the ancient Dragon Slayer Magic, as well as his partner Happy, a magical talking cat. After accepting Natsu's offer of membership into Fairy Tail, Lucy and Natsu team up to undertake various missions. Opening Theme:
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    "S.O.W. Sense of Wonder" by Idoling!!! (Episodes 11- ) Ending Theme:
    "Kanpekigu~no ne" by Watarirouka Hoshiri Tai (Episodes 1-11)
    "Tsuioku Merry-Go-Round" by onelifecrew (Episodes 11- )moreless
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    Legend of the Seeker

    Legend of the Seeker

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    ABC (ended 2010)
    Hope has a warrior. Based on Terry Goodkind's best-selling fantasy series, The Sword of Truth, this series follows woodsman Richard Cypher as he transforms from woods guide to magical leader, with a task to stop a vicious tyrant, Lord Darken Rahl. Legend of the Seeker is produced by ABC Studios for syndication. The series was formerly known as Wizard's First Rule.moreless
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    Angel

    Angel

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    The WB (ended 2004)
    "If you need help, then look no further. Angel Investigations is the best. Our rats are low..." "Rates!" "It says 'rats.' Our rates are low, but our standards are high. When the chips are down, and you're at the end of your rope you need someone that you can count on. And that's what you'll find here -- someone who will go all the way, no matter what. So don't lose hope. Come on over to our offices and you'll see that there's still heroes in this world." For over two centuries, Angelus was one of the most vicious vampires ever to walk the earth. Then he killed the wrong girl, and her grieving Gypsy family cursed him with the return of his soul, causing him to suffer remorse for all the hundreds of innocents that he had killed through the years. Now he goes by the name Angel, and he fights to protect the helpless from those who would prey upon them as he once did himself. After three years of living in Sunnydale, fighting alongside his girlfriend Buffy, Angel has moved to Los Angeles to continue the good fight. Aided by a few old friends and some new ones, Angel must take on vampires, demons, lawyers, and all of the other dark forces that Los Angeles has to offer.moreless
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    Alfred Hitchcock Presents

    Alfred Hitchcock Presents

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    CBS (ended 1962)
    Alfred Hitchcock Presents was a mystery and suspense anthology hosted by the master of suspense Alfred Hitchcock. Each 30 minute episode included opening and closing vignettes featuring Hitchcock who would often explain some aspect of the day's show and would often offer subtle (or not so subtle) jabs at the shows sponsors. The series premiered on CBS on Sunday, October 2, 1955 in the 9:30-10:00 PM timeslot opposite ABC's The Original Amateur Hour and NBC's Alcoa-Goodyear Playhouse. In its sixth season the show moved to NBC and was shown on Tuesday 8:30-9:00 PM. On NBC it served as the lead in for two other anthology shows Thriller and The Dick Powell Show. Alfred Hitchcock Presents featured both original works produced directly for television and adaptations of existing source material. Some authors whose work was adapted for the series include: Alexander Woollcott, Ambrose Bierce, Cornell Woolrich, Frederic Brown, Henry Slesar, H.H. Munro (aka Saki), John Cheever, John Collier, John Wyndham, Ray Bradbury, Roald Dahl, and Robert Bloch. The show also featured work by famous (or later famous) directors Alfred Hitchcock and Robert Altman. It also served as a proving ground for stars and future stars: Charles Bronson, Robert Redford, Steve McQueen, Peter Lorre, Robert Duvall, and Vera Miles. In 1962, Alfred Hitchcock Presents was expanded to one hour and was shown under the title the The Alfred Hitchcock Hour. In 1985, the these shows experienced a revival under the title Alfred Hitchcock Presents. Spinoff: The Alfred Hitchcock Hour Revivals: Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1985) Broadcast History CBS: October 1955-September 1960----Sunday----9:30 p.m.
    NBC: September 1960-June 1962----Tuesdays----8:30 p.m. Nielsen Ratings: (Top 30 or Better) #6 in the 1956-1957 Season
    #12 in the 1957-1958 Season
    #24 in the 1958-1959 Season
    #25 in the 1959-1960 Season Emmy Awards and Nominations 1955 Nominated: Alfred Hitchcock Presents Best Action or Adventure Series Nominated: Alfred Hitchcock Best MC or Program Hose (Male or Female) Nominated: Alfred Hitchcock, "The Case of Mr. Pelham" Best Director (Film Series) Winner: Edward W. Williams, "Breakdown" Best Editing of a Television Film 1956 Nominated: Alfred Hitchcock Presents Best Series (Half-Hour or Less) Nominated: Alfred Hitchcock Best Male Personality (Continuing Performance) Winner: James P. Cavanagh, "Fog Closes In" Best Teleplay Writing (Half-Hour or Less) 1957 Nominated: Alfred Hitchcock Presents Best Dramatic Anthology Series Winner: Robert Stevens, "The Glass Eye" Best Direction (Half-Hour or Less) 1958 Nominated: Alfred Hitchcock Presents Best Dramatic Series (Less Than One Hour) Nominated: Alfred Hitchcock, "Lamb to the Slaughter" Best Direction of a Single Program of a Dramatic Series (Less Than One Hour) Nominated: Roald Dahl, "Lamb to the Slaughter" Best Writing of a Single Program of a Dramatic Series (Less Than One Hour) 1959 Nominated: John J. Lloyd Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction and Scenic Design Nominated: Edward W. Williams, "Man from the South" Outstanding Achievement in Film Editing for Television 1960 Nominated: Edward W. Williams, "Incident in a Small Jail" Outstanding Achievement in Film Editing for Television Other Awards or Nominations The Golden Globe Awards (Voted each year since 1944 by members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association): 1957 Winner: Alfred Hitchcock Presents Best Television Program Look Magazine's Annual Television Awards (Voted initially by poll of TV executives, producers, directors, advertising executives and TV columnists, then, in 1955, via polls taken of TV critics and editors. The Award was Presented annually from 1950 to 1959 by the editors of Look magazine): 1955 Winner: Alfred Hitchcock Best Director 1956 Winner: Alfred Hitchcock Presents Best Dramatic Series (One-Half Hour) 1957 Winner: Alfred Hitchcock Presents Best Dramatic Series (One-Half Hour) Television Champion Awards (Voted each year since 1949 by polls of the nation's TV critics taken by the publishers of Television Almanac. The awards ceased in 1972): 1955 Winner: Alfred Hitchcock Presents Best Mystery Program 1956 Winner: Alfred Hitchcock Presents Best Mystery Program 1960 Winner: Alfred Hitchcock Presents Best Mystery Program First Telecast: October 2, 1955
    Last Telecast: June 26, 1962
    Unaired Episodes: 1 Episodes: 266 B&W Episodes
    (266 half-hour episodes, 1 three-part episode) moreless
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    Pushing Daisies

    Pushing Daisies

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    ABC (ended 2009)
    This romantic comedy shows us the fairy tale-like world of Ned, a man who can bring dead people back to life through the power of his touch. The same touch he must use to "kill" them after no more than a minute or another person will die. With the help of Emerson, a local PI, Ned uses his ability to solve murder cases and cash in on any rewards. But things get complicated when a murder victim turns out to be Ned's long-lost childhood crush and he decides to break the rules and let her live. show is created by Bryan Fuller, who has brought us fantasy series such as Wonderfalls and Dead Like Me. The series shares the quick-witted comedy and darker emotions of Fuller's previous shows.moreless
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    Dragonaut: The Resonance

    Dragonaut: The Resonance

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    TV Tokyo (ended 2008)
    Twenty years ago Pluto was destroyed by an asteroid which was later called Thanatos. After destroying Pluto, Thanatos was caught in Pluto's orbit. Many believe that the asteroid will stay in Pluto's orbit, while others believe it will make its way to Earth and destroy it. Together they formed the ISDA, the International Solarsystem Development Agency, to find a way to stop Thanatos from making its way to Earth. Jin Kamishina and his family, along with many others, were on their way to the moon when their shuttle was struck by a meteor from Thanatos, leaving Jin as the only survivor. Two years later Jin continues life as an ordinary person, that is until he witnesses a murder by a Dragon-like creature. After being cornered by the creature, Jin is knocked off a building and saved by a mysterious girl named Toa. Because of this Jin is selected by the ISDA to be a Dragonaut, humans with dragon partners. Together with Toa, Jin dives deeper into the secrets of Thanatos and the dragons.moreless
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    Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion

    Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion

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    Mainichi Broadcasting System (ended 2008)
    Code Geass - Hangyaku no Lelouch - Mecha, Supernatural, Action, Drama (May contain bloody violence, bad language & mild nudity) ...

    On August 10th of the Common Era, the Holy Empire of Britannia invaded Japan. In order to take the mainland, the Britannian forces mobilized the first of the Knightmare Frames; a new humanoid powered armour. The Japanese defences fell one after another, before the might of Project Knightmare. Japan became a territory of the Empire and was stripped of its freedom, rights, and even its name. Area 11 was the new designated name given to the defeated Japan. Lelouch Lamperouge is a castaway prince of Britannia who has gain the power known as Geass, the power of absolute obedience. With this new found power Lelouch is determined to destroy the Holy Empire of Britannia, to avenge the death of his mother and to create a world where his sister Nunally, can live peacefully. ____________________
    Season One Opening Theme: #1: "COLORS" by FLOW (eps 1-12) #2: "Kaidoku Funou" by Jinn (eps 13-23) #3: "Hitomi no Tsubasa" by Access (eps 24-25) Ending Theme: #1: "Yuukyou Seishunka" by Ali Project (eps 1-12) #2: "Mosaic Kakera" by SunSet Swish (eps 13-23) #3: "COLORS" by FLOW (ep 24) #4: "Innocent Days" by Hitomi (ep 25) ____________________
    Season Two Opening Theme: #1: "O2" by ORANGE RANGE (eps 1-12) #2: "WORLD END" by FLOW (eps 13-25) Ending Theme: #1: "Shiawase Neiro" by ORANGE RANGE (eps 1-12) #2: "Waga Routashi Aku no Hana" by ALI PROJECT (eps 13-25)moreless
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    Tenchi Muyo!

    Tenchi Muyo!

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2005)
    Tenchi Muyo! follows the adventures of Tenchi Masaki, an ordinary teenager whose quiet life in the mountains of Okayama is shattered by the arrival of a diverse group of alien girls. Although having a bunch of beautiful women living at home might sound like no bad thing, Tenchi soon discovers the downside to this arrangement when the girls start using their special powers to fight for his affections! Genres: Action, Romance, Adventure and Comedy Rated: TV-MA or 15+ [uncut], TV-Y7 [Toonami version] for adult situations, language Season and Series Explanation With all the different Tenchi continuities and storylines, this is how I'm organizing the seasons. Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-Ohki (season 1, OAV1) Number of Episodes: 6 + 1 Carnival special Continuity: Ryo-Ohki series Originally broadcast: Fall 1992 in Japan. Description: Tenchi Masaki's quiet life is shattered the day he releases the demon Ryoko from her imprisonment in the Masaki shrine. From then on, nothing is ever the same again as even more girls arrive from outer space - followed by the heinous and eternally wanted criminal Kagato. Could it be that this has some connection to the Masaki family past? Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-Ohki (season 1, OAV2) Number of Episodes: 6 + 1 Mihoshi special Continuity: Ryo-Ohki series Originally broadcast: Fall 1994 in Japan. Description: As Tenchi settles down to life with the five girls, a new force is stirring in the depths of the space - the higher dimensional life form known as Lady Tokimi. Just who is Tokimi, and why does she seem so interested in Washu? Tenchi Universe (season 2, TV1) Number of Episodes: 26 Also known as: Tenchi Muyo! TV Continuity: TV Series Originally broadcast: Spring-Summer 1995 in Japan. Description: Tenchi Universe retells the story of how Tenchi came to meet the girls, their adventures both on Earth, and later as fugitives in space. Introduces Kiyone as a regular of the TV series. Tenchi Universe video list 1. Tenchi Muyo on Earth 1 (ep 1-4) 2. Tenchi Muyo on Earth 2 (ep 5-7) 3. Tenchi Muyo on Earth 3 (ep 8-10) 4. Time and Space Adventures (ep 11-13) 5. Tenchi Muyo in Space 1 (ep 14-16) 6. Tenchi Muyo in Space 2 (ep 17-19) 7. Tenchi Muyo in Space 3 (ep 20-22) 8. The Last Battle (ep 23-26) Tenchi in Tokyo (season 3, TV2) Also known as : Shin Tenchi Muyo, New Tenchi Muyo Number of Episodes: 26 Continuity: different TV series Originally broadcast: Spring-Summer 1997 in Japan. Description: Set in yet another alternative universe, this series sees Tenchi heading off to attend school in Tokyo. As Tenchi settles into his new school, and even finds a new girlfriend, Sakuya, the girls back home spend all their time finding ways and excuses to get to Tokyo and be with him. But, unbeknownst to them, in the shadows, a new evil has awoken to toy with their fates. Tenchi in Tokyo video list 1. A New Start (ep 1-4) 2. A New Friend (ep 5-7) 3. A New Legend (ep 8-10) 4. A New Enemy (ep 11-13) 5. A New Love (ep 14-16) 6. A New Challenge (ep 17-19) 7. A New Career (ep 20-22) 8. A New Ending (ep 23-26) Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-Ohki (season 4, OAV3) Number of Episodes: 6 + 1 (Plus One) special Continuity: Ryo-Ohki series Originally broadcast: Fall 2003 in Japan. License Status: Licensed by Funimation for the US. Description: Tenchi and friends deal with a whole new bunch of characters, including extended families and even an arranged fiancée! But not every new person is a friend, especially with Lady Tokimi's warrior, Z, stirring up trouble and threatening destruction. Videos: Volume 1, Here comes the Bride (ep 1-3). Volume 2, Target: Tenchi (ep 4-6), is coming October 17th, 2006. Volume 3, Final Confrontations (ep 7 + bonus material) is coming November 28th, 2006. Tenchi Movies have their own continuity but are loosely based on the following seasons, which is where you'll find their episode guide: 1. Tenchi Muyo in Love (TV1) 2. Tenchi Muyo: The Daughter of Darkness (OAV) 3. Tenchi Muyo in Love 2: Tenchi Forever. (TV1) About the U.S. Broadcasts Tenchi first debuted on US Television as part of Cartoon Network's Toonami block on 7pm ET, where it was somewhat edited. Then in 2003, International Channel (now AZN TV) broadcast the unedited entire seasons 1-3 and the movies on Friday nights 8pm PT/11pm ET. Although AZN no longer shows Tenchi Muyo, they occasionally tease their anime audience with some of the more racy Tenchi movie clips. How can I watch the series?: Tenchi is currently not airing on any regular cable TV station, so your best bet to catch this series are places where you could rent movies and anime. If you do see it on cable, please post about it on the forums, especially if it shows up on AZN TV or Cartoon Network again. Spin-offs With so many Tenchi storylines, the producers even came up with these two Tenchi spin-offs: In Tenchi Muyo! GXP the perennially unlucky Seina Yamada finds himself recruited into the Galaxy Police Academy, where he faces not only space pirates, but girl trouble as crazy as Tenchi's! Aired in Spring-Summer 2002. In Pretty Sammy (aka Magical Project S), the smallest of the Tenchi Girls, Sasami, takes center stage as an Earth schoolgirl who is given the ability to transform into the magical girl Pretty Sammy. A fun parody of Magical Girl shows mixed with the usual Tenchi Muyo humor. OAV Aired in Spring 1995 and TV series in Fall 1996-Spring 1997. This will also house the Sasami Magical Girl Club series that aired in the mid 2000s. Manga: No Need for Tenchi and The All New Tenchi Muyo are loosely based on the first OAV continuity. Main Characters Tenchi Masaki - Thoughtful and hard-working, Tenchi used to be a normal teenager who lived a quiet life in the Okayama mountains with his father and grandfather. All that changed when a group of beautiful alien girls ended up living with him - not only are they extremely powerful and dangerous, but they all seem to have a crush on poor Tenchi! As the glue that binds the group together, Tenchi has formed close relationships with all of the girls, but to date he has yet to pick one over the others. Tenchi also has a connection to the Jurai royalty. Ryoko Hakubi - In the OAV, silver-haired Ryoko was a fearsome demon sealed in the Masaki Shrine 700 years ago, only to be accidentally released by Tenchi. In the TV series' she is a space pirate, but whatever her background, she is not someone to be trifled with. With the ability to fly, teleport and create energy blasts and weapons, Ryoko can hold her own in most battles, but the mere suggestion that she help out with the chores has her running for cover! Nonetheless, despite her self-centred attitude, there is one person she truly cares about: Tenchi. Ayeka Jurai - As the First Princess of Jurai, purple-haired Ayeka is well aware of the duties and responsibilities of her position, and attempts to act in a manner befitting her position- although the veneer of civilisation tends to slip whenever she gets upset! In both the OAV and TV series, she ends up stranded on Earth, and despite her initial reluctance to adapt to the situation, with Tenchi's help she manages to settle down and even enjoy herself. She also develops deeper feelings for Tenchi himself, and is constantly fighting with her old rival Ryoko over who should be the object of his affection. Sasami Jurai - As Ayeka's little sister, light-blue haired Sasami may be the youngest of the gang, but as it turns out, she is also the most practical- certainly you wouldn't want to trust anyone else to do the cooking! An innocent at heart, Sasami's trusting nature and ability to see the good in people has been known to win over even the most hostile enemy. Sasami seems to regard Tenchi as a big brother, often managing to sneak in a hug before Ryoko or Ayeka can get to him (much to their annoyance)! Washu Hakubi - The self-proclaimed number one scientific genius in the universe, red-haired Washu is a top mad scientist who loves nothing more than creating innovative (if sometimes explosive) new inventions in her extra-dimensional laboratory (connected to the Masaki house via the broom closet). Although she spends long periods alone in the lab, Washu manages to form friendships with the others, and has a soft spot for Tenchi in particular. Mihoshi Kuramitsu - Given her clumsiness and basic incompetence, it seems amazing that this blonde and tanned Mihoshi has made it to the rank of first-detective in the Galaxy Police (although in the OAV the fact that her grandfather is the GP Marshal might have something to do with it). Considered a walking disaster by her superiors, Mihoshi nonetheless somehow manages to complete her assignments through a mixture of optimism, determination and sheer luck. Despite her self-proclaimed dedication to her duty, Mihoshi can usually be found at Tenchi's house, napping, eating or just watching TV. Kiyone Makibi - Kiyone does not appear in the OAV continuity, but in the TV series she is a brilliant young GP officer with blue hair whose career took a dive the day she was assigned as Mihoshi's partner. Despite the fact that Mihoshi adores and looks up to her, Kiyone longs to be rid of her incompetent partner, whom she treats like an exasperating younger sibling. Although Kiyone currently serves as a resident officer on Earth, she is always on the lookout for a promotion- especially one that takes her far away from Mihoshi. Ryo-Ohki - As a cabbit (cat-rabbit combination), Ryo-Ohki may just look like a cute mascot pet, but there is far more to her than that- for she can also transform into a spaceship! Smart and affectionate, Ryo-Ohki technically belongs to Ryoko (except in Tenchi in Tokyo), but she is more often to be found with Sasami. In the various series, Ryo-Ohki has several other transformations, but one thing always remains the same- no matter what form she is in, she has an overwhelming love of carrots! Nobuyuki Masaki - Despite being Tenchi's father, Nobuyuki is in some respects less responsible than his son, especially when it comes to 'peeping' at the girls! A good person at heart, Nobuyuki has worked hard to raise his son ever since the death of his wife. Katsuhito Masaki - Tenchi's grandfather, Katsuhito is guardian of the Masaki shrine, and also an excellent swordsman. His calm nature and wealth of knowledge have led some to suspect that there may be more to him than meets the eye. Azaka and Kamidake - At first glance they seem to be a pair of talking logs, but in fact Azaka and Kamidake are Jurai guardians, charged with protecting Ayeka. Although they spend much of their time as gateposts, their knowledge and powers are nonetheless invaluable to the princess. Sakuya - Tenchi's ate in the Tokyo series. She befriends Tenchi but her past is somewhat mysterious.moreless
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    MISSING

    MISSING

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    Lifetime (ended 2006)
    Nicole Scott (Vivica A. Fox) is a hip, hard-charging former undercover agent who teams up with Jess Mastriani (Caterina Scorsone), a recent graduate of the FBI Quantico training center who gets mysterious visions of missing persons. Along with evidence expert Antonio Cortez (Mark Consuelos), they join a special unit out of Washington D.C. run by powerful Assistant Director John Pollock (Justin Louis) that takes on bizarre and perplexing missing person cases. In the first season, Brooke Haslett (Gloria Reuben), an experienced by-the-book see-it-to-believe-it FBI agent was paired with FBI Special Consultant Jess Mastriani, a recent college graduate who suddenly gets psychic dreams which give her clues to the location of missing people after getting struck by lightning. The pair also worked with saucy forensics & computer expert Sunny Estrada (Justina Machado) and their intelligent boss Alan Coyle (Dean McDermott). The show is based on Meg Cabot(also known as Jenny Carroll)'s young adult book series "1-800-WHERE-R-YOU." The season 1 theme song is "This Dream is Real" sung by Gloria Reuben and the season theme song is "Till I Find You" performed by Kina. Air Times- Sundays @ 10PM (new episodes) Sundays @ 11P.M.(season 2 repeats) Lifetime Broadcast History August 2003-October 2004-Saturday 10pm January 2005-?????????????-Sunday 10pm Send fan mail to: MISSING 629 Eastern Ave. Bldg. A Suite 202 Toronto, ON M4M 1 E4 Get Missing on DVD A)Sign the petition: http://www.ipetitions.com/campaigns/MISSING_DVD B)Send separate letters to Carol Black, President, AND Kelly Goode, Vice President of Programming to: Lifetime Television 2049 Century Park E, Ste 840 Los Angeles, California 90067. C)E-mail The Following People At Lifetime: Anna-Lisa Nilsson @ nilsson@lifetimetv.com Carla Princi @ princi@lifetimetv.com Chandler Spalding @ spalding@lifetimetv.commoreless
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    The Booth at the End

    The Booth at the End

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    CityTV
    The series follows the conversations between an unknown man who sits in the corner at the back of a diner and whomever comes to see him. The people that come to see him tell him their wishes. He gives them a task to complete and once they are done, they get their wish. Filmed on location in Los Angeles, California.moreless
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    Justice League Unlimited

    Justice League Unlimited

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2006)
    Earth's seven greatest heroes unite against the threat of an alien invasion and decide to remain together to defend Earth against attacking aliens, sorcerers, super-villains, and any other threat that might arise. Among their number are the Martian Manhunter, last survivor of Mars; Superman, the super-powered last survivor of the planet Krypton; Batman, the Dark Knight Detective; Green Lantern, wielder of an alien Power Ring; The Flash, the Fastest Man Alive; Hawkgirl, Winged Wonder and policewoman from the planet Thanagar, and Wonder Woman, Princess of the Amazons. Starting with the third season, the show was retitled "Justice League Unlimited" and now the core members, under the guidance of the Martian Manhunter, command teams of specialist heroes brought together to deal with specific crises they are best suited to handling.moreless
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